Beginning April 1, current eighth graders may begin the process of selecting the high school they wish to attend based on their career emphasis or academics through our High School of Choice Program. This program is available for students to attend a school outside their residential attendance boundaries for the purpose of an Academic Pathway, Career Academies, or Magnet Program.
Whether your kids' summer days are jam-packed with activities or left wide open for leisurely exploration -- or something in between -- chances are some of those days will involve a smartphone, tablet, or other device. Now more than ever, you can use these powerful tools to enhance the activities that kids are already doing -- or to help create brand-new experiences.
Each year, CAMC hosts a health fair to provide free and low-cost screenings to the community, including free sports physicals for middle and high school students wishing to play a sport in the next school year. Students must bring a signed physical form or have a parent/guardian present to sign one for them. This year’s event is Saturday, June 6.
The Andrew Jackson Middle School Band attended band ratings on March 26, 2015, at Capital High School and returned with 1 Superior and 2 Excellent ratings. The AJ Band was 1 of 3 middle school bands in the county to receive a Superior rating at the competition. Congratulations to Mrs. Shonda Skaggs, Mrs. Ruia Roberts, and all AJMS band members!
Andrew Jackson Middle School students have placed highly in several competitions around the state this year.